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If you need help with your MATLAB/Simulink/Python project
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Build Apps in MATLAB with App Designer
Build, document, test and package software modules or apps so others can use
Optimize code making it easier to understand
load('patients.mat') Gender = categorical(Gender); GenderList = unique(Gender); for idx = 1:length(GenderList) idxHeight = Height(Gender==GenderList(idx)); HeightAvg(idx) = mean(idxHeight) end
load('patients.mat') byGroup = findgroup(byGender); HeightAvg = splitapply(@mean, Height, byGroup)
function out = myFunction(A, B, C) arguments A (1,1) string B (1,:) double C (2,2) cell end % Function code % ... end
The example is using arguments that was released in R2019b to help with function argument validation. It makes the code easier to read and it validates input variables on size and type.
Make code more robust against incorrect usage
Refactor code to make it easier to reuse
def censor(text,word): while word in text: text = text[:text.find(word)] + "*"*len(word) + text[text.find(word) + len(word):] return text
def censor(text, word): censor_string = '*' * len(word) return censor_string.join(text.split(word))
Notice that the while loop was not necessary in the example above. It is hard to understand quickly the first code snippet where is the second makes it clear that the function replaces a particular word with *’s in the text provided.
import matlab.engine eng = matlab.engine.start_matlab() tf = eng.isprime(37) print(tf)
The example shows how to invoke MATLAB from Python. It is also possible to invoke Python from MATLAB.